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Team-Tested Practices

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UBT Basics

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How to Use the LMP Website

All you need to know about the coolest features of the LMP website in one handy video.

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How to Use the Search Function on the LMP Website

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How to Find the Tools on the LMP Website

Need to find a checklist, template or puzzle? Don't know where to start? Check out this short video to find the tools you need on the LMP website with just a few clicks. 

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Team Member Engagement

What Team Member Engagement Means

When UBT members are actively involved with their team, they speak up with their best ideas about how to improve the department. They take advantage of partnership processes like consensus decision-making and interest-based problem solving to make the department a great place to work. They look at how the department is doing on key metrics—like those around service and quality—and use that information to come up with ideas for improvement. Team members who are more involved also reach out to make sure that everyone in the department has a chance to participate and knows what's being worked on. 

Teamwork is about being engaged and embracing the value and the input, perspectives, talents and skills of the whole team.
David Jones, MD Physician co-lead for unit-based teams (Georgia)
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